The first three months of 2014 proved fruitful for Facebook as it brought in $2.5 billion in total revenue with extra help from an audience of more than 1 billion people on mobile.
Apple's iOS came in second place with 42 percent of activations during the first quarter.
The PC business didn't suck nearly as bad as feared, and Hewlett-Packard's first quarter benefits. The company sees strong enterprise demand for PCs as Windows XP systems are tossed.
The Internet's biggest radio service reported a smaller-than-predicted loss in the first quarter, but guidance -- dampened by investments in its advertising abilities -- stoked investors to sell.
South Korean electronics giant's guidance is largely in line with analyst predictions.
Adobe delivers a strong fiscal quarter, despite a drop in net income, and ups its outlook for the second as it continues to garner cloud momentum.
The subtext of this latest earnings report: It's all about mobile as Facebook sees its efforts generate a sharp uptick in mobile monthly active users.
The television streaming company had previously said it would wrap things up by the end of 2013, but faced delays. CNET talks to the CEO to find out why.
Now it's up to investors to decide what a much-anticipated quarterly sales and earnings status report augurs for Apple.
In a period that's normally weaker for the carriers, Verizon moved more smartphones and added more customers than its rival.